Oregon to launch first health insurance exchange for children

Oregon in January is to begin the country's first health insurance exchange for children, expected to serve as many as 35,000 youths. The Healthy KidsConnect plan will offer state-subsidized health plans from five private insurers for children in low-income families.

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